“A Toasty Warm Autumn” for the Little Darlings

This new 8-piece ensemble called “A Toasty Warm Autumn” will keep every Little Darling who lives in a cooler climate cozy and warm throughout the fall months.  The hand knitwear (sweater, hat, scarf) are all made with Peruvian Highland wool.  The sweater is a bit longer length and the hat has cute ear flaps for those chilly brisk days.  I found that when I keep my neck warm I stay warm so I made a generous scarf to wrap around the Little Darlings neck to help her stay warm too.

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Even though it is fall, if you look closely enough you might still be able to find a few blossoms blooming.  Gina made a small bouquet with the blossoms she found.  A pretty blue silk bow is attached to the bouquet along with an elastic cord to help the Little Darlings hold it in their cute little hands.

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The fine wale cotton corduroy dress can be dressed up with jewelry and a hair bow.

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Most of the fullness in this drop waisted dress is towards the back and sides which give a bustled look to the back of the skirt.

The squirrels here in northern Illinois have been so busy collecting acorns that it got me thinking that I had better get busy with some cool weather wear.  What do you think?  Will it be another cold fall/winter?

For more information on this set please visit my website.

Also, look for a new price on ” Orange You Ready for Fall? ” for the Little Darlings.

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8 thoughts on ““A Toasty Warm Autumn” for the Little Darlings

    1. Cindy Rice Post author

      Hello Martine, I love hearing from you…french is so beautiful to read. I don’t understand, but google translate helps. My daughter is a 3rd year french language student and sometimes I help her study her vocabulary words. The words sound so wonderful to my ears. Thank you so much for your sweet comments too. 🙂

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    1. Cindy Rice Post author

      Thank you so much for your comment. Lucky you to still have the feel of summertime. I’m not much of a cold weather person anymore (think I’m getting too old for it), but for now this is home. Knitting warm things for my tiny girls helps ease the pain of cold weather though (that and a nice fire going in the fireplace). Have a beautiful day!

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